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Tune in to find out what's happening these days at FortWhyte Alive. Now that most of the geese have gone south, Barret will tell us what else we can find if we explore the amazing wildlife trails and Interpretive Centre.

Barret Miller is the Special Projects Interpreter at FortWhyte Alive, and we are excited to hear what they have organized for the coming months. 

FortWhyte Alive is an environmental, education and recreation center, with a large park and recreation facility and is located in southwest Winnipeg along the migratory path of Canada geese.

Highlights of FortWhyte’s 640 acres of prairie, lakes, forest and wetlands include a 70-acre bison Prairie and related heritage exhibits: more than 9 km of interpretive nature trails; a family treehouse, floating boardwalks, and songbirds, deer and waterfowl in their natural habitat. Year-round fishing is available or visitors can enjoy more contemplative pursuits such as canoeing, hiking or bird-watching. Winter offers unique opportunities to enjoy ice fishing, snowshoeing, skating or tobogganing. FortWhyte’s lakes, forest and marsh are well travelled, with over 100,000 visitors benefiting from our many programs and exhibits annually.

 

Watch the full interview below: